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Luxembourg Gardens

Rue de Vaugirard, Boulevard St. Michel, Rue Auguste-Comte and Rue Guynemer | I iooll, 75006 Paris, France
+33 1 42 34 20 00
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These formal gardens, open to only royalty before the French Revolution, now serve as one of Paris's most popular destinations for relaxation.
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  • Very good27%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Rue de Vaugirard, Boulevard St. Michel, Rue Auguste-Comte and Rue Guynemer | I iooll, 75006 Paris, France
+33 1 42 34 20 00
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Reviewed today via mobile

You can walk sit enjoy flowers or renaissance architecture. It's one of the best places in Paris to rest or for jogging

Thank Georgy C
Reviewed yesterday

This is a huge garden area with beautiful greenery, nice places to sit, and a large fountain. It isn't necessarily a must-do, but its fun to check out if you are in the area. Very pretty.

Thank squirrel979
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Take time out to relax in Paris with a visit to the Luxembourg Gardens. Near the Sorbonne it's a wonderful place to wander a bit. Sit a bit. Read a bit and nibble a baguette. Especially when the sun is shining and the weather is...More

Thank Ausway
Reviewed yesterday

You have to go. It's very beautiful. It's free. Students go there to make a picnic during the lunch time. People like to read book.

Thank Hamilton F
Reviewed yesterday

Thieves gardens were located within. A five minute walk from my hotel. The palace is open for tourism to a very limited degree as it is used for government meetings. The gardens are vast, relaxing and a treat for the eyes. There are several vendors...More

Thank MSHS5440
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A must see! Take a picnic and spend the morning or afternoon enjoying the gardens and people watching.

Thank ahoykato
Reviewed yesterday

These gardens are so beautiful. Lots of benches and seats for people to sit. Some food to buy, but not much. Tennis courts are a bonus. Best part is just walking around the gardens, every corner you turn you see something grand and beautiful.

Thank briana330
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A park maybe beautiful with many architectural buildings but for me it is not a must-go in Paris....

Thank jean c
Reviewed 2 days ago

We have been visiting Paris since 1973. We always walk thorugh the gardens. It is a fine place to read. There is a tot lot for children. When I was younger I played tennis there.

Thank Joel S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Like Central Park is to New York, this too is a fabulous park. We go on a partially sunny day, but the flower assortment is still radiant. Hundreds of people just sitting & soaking in the sunshine, playing various games, children running about, an art...More

Thank Bebe44
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dotted with famed terraced cafés, haut-couture shops,
ivy-covered railings and fine-dining restaurants.
Antique dealers and art galleries surround the fine
art school and small museums hide in unassuming
squares. The neighbourhood’s namesake church is the
oldest in Paris and is the backdrop for talented
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31 August 2017|
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Response from oakleycoakley | Reviewed this property |
I think so - but I wasn't looking for dogs when I was there. Probably on a lead.
19 July 2017|
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Response from David G | Reviewed this property |
Cross over the bridge of choice and follow the Rue de Bourgogne across the Rue St. Germain and the Luxembourg will appear, magically it seems, on your left. A map perhaps?
Tanzina A
20 June 2017|
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Response from RZLS | Reviewed this property |
Entrance is free! Just check for opening hours and walk right in!